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Inhabit 1) to hold or occupy as a place of residence: Tw. III, 4, 391. IV, 2, 57.
2) intr. to dwell, to live, to abide: “durst i. on a living brow,” Sonn. 68, 4. “where man doth not i.” Tp. III, 3, 57. V, 105. Gent. I, 1, 44. IV, 2, 48. V, 4, 7. Err. III, 2, 161. IV, 3, 11. John IV, 2, 107. R2 IV, 143. R3 I, 4, 30.
3) to take as a habit (whether a costume or a custom), to do on: “if trembling I i. then, protest me the baby of a girl,” Mcb. III, 4, 105 (a passage much controverted and corrected).
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